Nissan is planning to build and release three more electric vehicles scheduled to be on the market by 2014. One of which will be its New Mobility Concept two-seater based on the LandGlider shown at the 2009 Tokyo auto show.
Another car is said to be a commercial-type electric van, which is good news since a majority of regular daytime driving cars are delivery vehicles. Making them electric and offering zero tailpipe emission standard the car might make a difference to overall transport pollution.
The other car is apparently going to be a compact sports car which will be badged and marketed as an Infiniti – the luxury arm of Nissan in America.
These cars will follow the company’s trend in developing more EVs which will be kick-started by the launch of the Nissan Leaf, due to hit the market early next year in Japan and the US.